House Embroidery Series

house embroidery with title.

Follow along with this embroidery project in three variations: Relaxed, Intense and Insane. The house drawing is available to newsletter subscribers in the bonus resource section. Sign up today for access!

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Making a sketch from a picture

black and white picture of house

Photos can be adapted to sketches for embroidery designs. This is a great way to commemorate special locations in your life.

Relaxed Option

A simple outline with backstitch is a nice way to stitch up the design quickly.

finished backstitch house embroidery.

Intense Option

The Intense Option uses a variety of stitches in a single colour. This gives the embroidery piece a lot of texture and interest.

Chain stitch

house embroidery with chain stitch

Straight stitch variations

embroidery satin stitch trim on a window.

Blanket stitch, feather stitch and back stitch

final hand embroidered house picture.

Insane Option

The insane option is a combination of many stitches and colours. It is far more time consuming than the other two options, but the result is worth it.

Satin stitch and Long and Short Stitch

straight stitch embroidered house.

Couching and blanket stitch

blanket stitch roof in house embroidery.

Running Stitch

close up of embroidered tree trunk.

Feather stitch and chain stitch

hand embroidering a tree in progress.

lazy daisy and straight stitch

flower garden in house embroidery.

French knots and backstitch

flower garden in house embroidery project.

Herringbone and finishing

house embroidery picture with herringbone border.

Elizabeth DeCroos - Epida Studio.

Elizabeth DeCroos

Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
Learn more and get her to speak to your group.

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